Natural Processes: Aging


Aging is an on-going process where it exits in every living organism. One cannot stop growth and many individuals majorly women are more bothered about aging skin, wrinkles, loosen tissues on their body; In order to overcome their desires.

Aging is being addressed in research fields, many articles are being published on the topic of aging and the physical and mental changes that are being developed in an individual during the process of aging.

Journal of Aging Science is focussing on disclosing new updates related to aging where you can publish any update on Aging, Age related diseases, Cognitive decline, bereavement, Palliative care, Dwelling older adults, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Dementia, Gout, Longevity, Centenarians, etc.

Thus, the wishes of projects in prolonging life or extending lifespan have been of great historical interest, and are now becoming possible through current breakthrough in bioscience and medicine. As a fact, our average lifespan has been rising dramatically since the last few decades, which has lead to both more and more demands and knowledge in aging coming to us. This means that people are living longer, and the number of older persons is increasing; we will face more challenges than at any other time in history from the approaching aged populations and curing aging diseases. Further improvements to longevity and quality of life among the elderly is theoretically possible based on orthologous comparisons with long-lived species; however, technical approaches are truly challenging since there are still millions of mysteries in our bodies that we don’t know yet.

Age and aging processes have been considered complex even with multiple factors. The conventional aging research mostly depends on examination of individual genes, proteins, and other intrinsic or extrinsic factors in isolation.

Journal of Aging Science, an open access publisher following rapid peer review process. Welcoming all the researchers worldwide to publish their recent updates related to aging.

John George
Journal of Aging Science